|Licensing Program Analyst (LPA) Mel Matos met with Samina Faheem, Licensee, for an unannounced 3 year required inspection. The Licensee states that she does not have any day care children enrolled at this time. Licensee states that she is unsure if she is going to reopen her day care at this time; however, she wishes to put her license on "Inactive" status in case she elects to reopen her day care within the next year. LPA advised the Licensee that the maximum period that she can have her license on "inactive" status is one year.|
LPA provided the Request for Inactive Child Care License Status form (LIC 9211) to the Licensee and the Licensee completed and signed the form during today's inspection.
The Licensee understands that she must comply with the following conditions:
1) Licensee will not provide child care for which a license is required until her license is activated.
2) Licensee will continue to promptly pay her annual license fee.
3) Licensee will inform the San Jose Regional Office of any changes in her inactive status prior to reopening her Facility.
4) Licensee will be in compliance with all licensing laws and regulations upon reopening her Facility, including but not limited to: Ensuring that all adult staff and residents have criminal record clearances, maintaining current CPR and First Aid certifications, maintaining a current fire extinguisher and functioning smoke/carbon monoxide detectors, obtaining proof of pertussis (Tdap), measles (Mmr), and flu vaccines, and completing the required mandated reporter training for child care workers.
No deficiencies cited during today's visit.